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38,000 Apps in the Market, Nexus One Bringing in Profits

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    Google’s earnings are up for this year, as they announced today revenues of $5.06 billion this quarter. This 19 percent increase over last year is thanks in no small part to Android, with the Android Market now containing 38,000 apps, up 8,000 apps from last month and a whopping 28,000 from last September’s number of [...]

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    My brother in law have Nexus one and he is a contract with AT&T. The N1 does not support 3G on AT&T. So he is running on EDGE. So when his contract will ends in June, he is getting an Android Phone for sure. By then they will have much better phones.
     
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    theres a version of the nexus one out now that supports at&t 3g bands he must of got his before the at&t version came out
     
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    I heard (read) that the Android Market counts some ring tones as "apps" while the App Store doesn't. Is there any truth to this?
     
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    its a shame most of these apps are just themes/rip off price clocks "hand made in germany":rolleyes: and stupid app after app of asian women.

    devs should only be able to post 3 apps a month to cut out spam, or limitless for top rated devs.
     
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    Nexus One is a super phone. A family friend bought it few days after it was released and he is still amazed with it every day. Personally I consider Nexus one as the best so far.
     
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